Another police officer ranked constable has turned to be a killer cop after he turned against his colleague shooting and killing him at Miteta camp in Laikipia. The administration police named constable Robert Longare committed the crime and he escaped with a G3 riffle with is full loaded magazine, a police full uniform (jangle).
His phone was lastly traced at Solio Trading Center yesterday 23rd November 2021 at exactly 4:43 pm. The armed police officer is now considered a threat to lives as he is armed and the public is and other different security agents are advised to be on the look out.
The officer constable Robert Longare has been liked to the famous cop killer Caroline Kangogo who also was in the run few months ago. Just like constable Robert, Kangogo could travel place to place as the tracing record revealed. It is believed that depression is one of the reasons why our cops are turning hostile and became killers instead of protectors.
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